Download Article: Teen Mentoring Annotated Bibliography
The Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research (the Centre) was established to support and disseminate research knowledge and evidence on policy issues related to improving the well-being and health of children and youth. The Centre is seen as an innovative leader in the development and dissemination of policy relevant evidence.
The Alberta Mentoring Partnership and Boys and Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton and Area (BGCBigs) engaged the Centre to examine the current state of BGCBigs’ teen mentoring program, Teen Bigs. The first piece of this work included conducting a search of academic and grey literature on teen mentoring. The resulting literature is summarized in this annotated bibliography.
Hundert, M. & Vandenberghe, C. (2015). Teen Mentoring: Annotated Bibliography. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research.
The authors would like to thank staff of Boys and Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton and Area who assisted in identifying available sources of information on teen mentoring programs. A thanks also goes to the Alberta Mentoring Partnership for their support of this project.
Research Website: Visit | Article Published: 23/09/2015